The 7 Best Auto Repair Blogs on the Internet

Every day, search engines teem with questions about cars. As an auto mechanic, you have the answers people need about auto maintenance, repair, and buying tips. How can you share your expertise with this massive potential customer base searching for information, services, and answers? One of the best ways to connect is through a blog. Studies show that small business websites with blogs get 126 percent more leads. Blogs are a powerful way to build a rapport with customers and boost your website’s prominence in search. That’s because fresh and…

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Special Issue – “Possibilities and complexities of decolonising higher education: critical perspectives on praxis”

We are very pleased at the publication of this double-length special issue in Teaching in Higher Education. In the original call for papers, we claimed that, despite high levels of interest in the ‘decolonial turn’, little has been written in higher education journals on how and to what extent the supremacy of Western modernity is actually being challenged in knowledge production in different disciplines, curricula, pedagogic, cultural and linguistic practices on the ground in university policy and practice.  We were proved wrong, for we were overwhelmed by well over a hundred responses to our call –…

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Waxpol Scratch Remover Review – Tested On 8 Yrs Old Mitsubishi Cedia Sport

One of the biggest horrors for any car owner is discovering a new scratch on their beloved cars. Sometimes due to our own mistakes and sometimes due to other people’s mistakes, whatever the case may be, scratches are almost inevitable. Likewise, there are numerous scratch removal products that are available online, claiming to remove scratches of any kind from any paint surfaces on a car. But are these scratch removal products really effective? Well, we had one such scratch removal agent with us – the Waxpol Scratch Remover – and we…

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Ronnie Screwvala on why India needs non-linear thinking

Ronnie Screwvala, 64, serial entrepreneur, philanthropist, and author, has commissioned a telling new report titled ‘Non-linear Thinking’, which he puts forward as an alternative line of thought to propel India to its true potential. Non-linear thinking assumes a higher level of risk than normal, where past experiences do not define future ones. In an exclusive conversation with Fortune India, Screwvala, who co-founded upGrad, South Asia’s largest higher edtech company, explains the report’s thesis in detail. Edited excerpts. A CHANGE IN MINDSET Q. First things first, Ronnie. What prompted you to commission…

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Article on Importance of Education

Education entails acquiring knowledge to have a greater understanding of the various disciplines that will be used in our everyday lives. ‘Education’ refers to the information we gain and experience outside of books or classrooms, as well as the knowledge that we receive and experience in schools, our homes, and as members of society. Our ideas on life alter as a result of learning, education is crucial for personal development and growth in society. In this blog, we will see why we need education for growth and will also look at some…

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Haryana govt to bear three months interest on education loans by students: CM Khattar

The Haryana government will bear three months interest on education loans taken by thousands of students in the state, Chief Minister M L Khattar announced here on Wednesday. “Haryana government will pay the interest of three months of all those students who are completing their education this year or who have already completed their education in the previous year, but have not been able to start their jobs or business due to this coronavirus pandemic. As many as 36,000 students will be benefitted,” he said in a televised address to…

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Coronavirus | 3 personal finance authors on how to cope with this market chaos

I believe the technical term for what we have been experiencing in the financial markets is: Aargh! (‘Bloodsuckingly bad’ also works.) I’m not sure how much it helps, but I’ve been through something like this before, during the market meltdown of 2008, when the S& P 500 fell more than 38 percent in just that year. But most millennials, the people born from 1981 to 1996, have not experienced these kind of losses as investors. How should they be thinking about their financial future? To find out, I asked the…

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Muthoot Finance shares jump over 7% on strong Q3 results; NIM at 17.1% highest in 12 quarters

Shares of Muthoot Finance ltd jumped over 7 percent on Monday, buoyed by a strong third quarter performance. The gold finance company’s shares quoted at Rs 792.35 apiece, up 6.3 percent on BSE at 9.36 am. The stock opened at Rs 774, up over 3.5 percent from its Friday’s close of Rs 746.60. The stock surged to a new 52-week high of Rs 801.70 per share. So far this year, the stock has gained nearly 3 percent, while the one year return on the stock is more than 50 percent…

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The impact LiFi will have on technology

Our increasingly connected world is in the midst of a huge problem: a rapidly growing number of users, devices and services competing for a limited radio frequency (RF) spectrum. The issue is that this spectrum, which includes 3G, 4G, 5G, WiFi and Bluetooth, is a finite resource, with analysts anticipating that it will cover only 5% of capacity demand in the coming years. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Alistair Banham is CEO at pureLiFi. Cue ‘LiFi’, a technology that uses part of the visible light portion of the electromagnetic spectrum to transmit information at very high…

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Venkaiah Naidu nominates Manmohan Singh to parliamentary standing committee on finance

Manmohan Singh was the country’s finance minister between 1991 and 1996. (Photo: PTI) Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu has nominated Former Prime Minister and senior Congress leader Manmohan Singh to the parliamentary standing committee on finance in place of party colleague Digvijaya Singh. Digvijaya Singh has now been nominated to the parliamentary standing committee on urban development by the chairman of the Upper House, according to a Rajya Sabha bulletin. “The Rajya Sabha chairman has nominated Manmohan Singh, member, Rajya Sabha, to be a member of the committee on finance…

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